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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Abram

    crosses the township, meeting at the village other roads from Ashton on the south-west, and from Leigh on the east. Bickershaw 3 lies by the lastnamed road, near the eastern boundary. Plank Lane is a hamlet in the south-eastern corner,

    Index of parishes, townships and manors

    ( Eccles ), (t) 363, (m) 364 Bentcliffe ( Eccles ), 369 Beswick ( Manchester ), (t) 281, (m) 281 Bickershaw ( Wigan ), 114 Billinge Chapel End ( Wigan ), 83 Billinge Higher End ( Wigan ), 83 Birch

    Townships Carnforth

    1870 . His son Gilbert in 1891 joined with another person in conveying the manor to James Henry Johnson of Bickershaw . Mr. Johnson died in 1895 , and his executors sold the manor to William Farrer , editor of

    Townships Hindley

    man might have who held the land from the canons; he also gave an acre on the northern side of Bickershaw . Richard his son confirmed these charters, and gave further parcels in Berlets-housted and Osbern meadow, and a third

  • * British History Online *

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    Lancashire Fines, 31-38 Henry VIII

    [4 September, 1542 ] . Between Thomas Holcrofte, esq., plaintiff, and Richard Abraham deforciant of the manor of Bykershawe [ Bickershaw ] , and of 8 messuages, 500 a . of land, 40 a . of meadow, 600 a .

    Index, B, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    358). -, regulations for printing, & c. (Act), I. 66 (6). Bibra , C. von, bp. of Wurzburg, q.v . Bickershaw (Bykarshey), Lanc., II. g. 107 (1). Biddenden , Kent, I. g. 346 (11). Biddesden (Buddesdon), Wilts, II. g. 529

    Index of names and places

    Besyngshawe , 117. Bexwick , Bexwike, see Beswick. Bibby , Edward, 81, 82, 87. Gilbert, 114. Hamon, 21, 60, 87. Bickershaw , manor of, 32. Bickerstaffe , 13 (2), 52, 69, 71, 94. Manor of, 58. Bickerstath , Thomas, 110.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Whilst the explorers were trying to overcome the obstacles which beset their path Messrs. Barton and Bootle, managers of the Bickershaw Colliery, arrived, and rendered valuable as-istando below ground. The staff of surgeons was also reinforced, Drs. Doyle and Anderton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    West Leigh, and Benjamin Norris, of Hlindley, while engaged yestorday afternoon at Noe 4 pet of the Abram Colliery Company, Bickershaw, talhing down props, were buried under a fall of roof, and when extracted were found to be terribly injured Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5 per cent. The coalowners announce an immediate advance in wages to 6,000 miners. About a thousand miners employed at Bickershaw Collieries, West Leigh, struck work yesterday for an advance of 4d. per day to banksmen. The strike is not Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for the future they will loyally abide by the agreement of the 2nd October last. The miners on strike at Bickershaw Collieries, Leigh, decided yesterday afternoon to resume work this morn- ing, the maters having agreed to conede the demand Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from' almscoxes have occurred in 'the- X an Catholic Churches of Preston add neighhonr- hood.- Yesterday, John Hallern, collier; of Bickershaw, Wigan, was remanded on the-barge of breaking intona box at'St;-Winifred's, Preston, on Sunday morning, diring divine service. Prisoner, it Subscribers-only content

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